Volume VII, Number X
|An E-News Service of Bethany College||
October 18, 2013
Bethany College Invites Public to Japanese Sweet Making Workshop
Workshop on New Testament to be Held at Bethany’s Buffalo Seminary
Bethany Professor Harald Menz Receives Two Prestigious Faculty Awards
Bethany Invites Students’ Families, Friends to Family Weekend
Jerry Stebbins, Dean of Students; Michelle Harriman, YWCA Family Violence Prevention Child Advocate, and President Scott D. Miller at a display in the Ogden Dining Hall of Benedum Commons. Michelle's sister is Bethany College counselor Renee Stock.
Bethany President Attends Meetings in New York
Miller also attended the annual Council of Independent Colleges Conversation between Foundation Officers and College Presidents on Oct. 15 at the TIAA-CREF Headquarters. Officers from the Henry Luce Foundation, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Teagle Foundation, Bill & Merlinda Gates Foundation, and Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust met with the presidents.
Zeta Tau Alpha Crowns Big Man on Campus, Raises Money for Charity
The male students who competed included Danny Bishop, Tommy Junkin, Evan Marmie, Derek Miller, Evan Sargo, Dylan Schooley and Cory Yarrington. The judging panel for the event consisted of Heather Taylor, Coordinator of Writing Center and Learning Specialist; Ali Malcanas, Alpha Xi Delta; Marissa Beech, Phi Mu; and Skylar Williams, Zeta Tau Alpha.
The audience voted for a winner by putting money in a container for the contestant they thought deserved the crown. Danny Bishop was crowned Zeta’s Big Man on Campus at the end of the night. The sisters were able to collect just under $400 for their philanthropy of breast cancer awareness and research. Zeta has been hosting the pageant-like event since the fall of 2005, and it is one of the many events they hold on campus during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Annual Faculty & Staff Tea Party Held
Buffalo Seminary Events
All events will be held at the Mountainside Conference Center. You can register for any of these workshops, or learn more about the Buffalo Seminary, here: www.bethanywv.edu/about-bethany/church-relations/buffalo-seminary/workshops/workshop-registration/.
Business and Economics
Myers was a Bethany College professor of philosophy emeritus and chair of that department. Robert graduated from Bethany with honors in June 1954 then went on to Brite College at Texas Christian University for a Master of Divinity degree. He earned a doctorate in philosophy at the Ohio State University and joined the Bethany faculty in 1964, where he was associated with the college for 37 years.
Visitation will be held Friday 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, 3219 Main Street, Weirton. Additional visitation will be held Saturday from 10-11 a.m. service time at the Bethany Memorial Church, with Reverend Scott Thayer officiating. Interment will follow at Campbell Cemetery.
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Alumni Weekend Date Announced
Save the Date! Bethany Announces
Phi Kappa Tau Plans Reunion Nov. 1-3
Men’s Soccer Defeats Waynesburg For First Conference Win
Slezak Scores Two But Women’s Soccer Falls To Waynesburg
Bison Football Goes For Third-Straight Victory At Waynesburg
Field Hockey Nets Two Goals But Falls At Transylvania
Please visit Bethany Athletics for the most up-to-date scores and game information.
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